1. Dr. Joshi has been actively engaged in the promotion of accounting research at the global level. Since 2003, he is the FOUNDING Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Accounting Auditing and Performance Evaluation (IJAAPE), a quarterly refereed international journal, published by Inderscience Enterprises, UK. The editorial team and board comprise of the distinguished accounting experts from different regions of the world. For details log on: www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php IJAAPE publishes original scholarly papers across the whole spectrum of: financial accounting, managerial accounting, accounting education, auditing, taxation, public sector accounting, capital market and accounting, accounting information systems, performance evaluation, corporate governance, ethics, and financial management. IJAAPE welcomes all methodologies, such as analytical, empirical, behavioral, surveys, and case studies. Manuscripts submitted to IJAAPE undergo a very rigorous double blind review process.For details log on:www.inderscience.com
2. In 2007, with the help of his international accounting scholars and friends, Dr Joshi also founded the second journal titled AFRO ASIAN JOURNAL OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING (AAJFA) with a view to promote and bridge the research gap in Asia, Africa and the Middle Eastern region. He is the Managing Editor of this journal. This journal is published by Inderscience Enterprises, UK. For details:www.inderscience.com
The aim of AAJFA is to bridge this gap in the finance and accounting literature within the above context. AAJFA fosters greater discussion and research of the development of the finance and accounting disciplines in Africa, the Middle-East and Asia. A major feature of the journal will be to emphasise the implications of this development and the effects on businesses, academics and professionals.
Prof. J-L.W. Mitchell Van Der Zahn, Curtin University, Australia, Prof. Alan Dunk, University of Canberra, Australia, Prof. Mthuli Ncube, Wits Business School, South Africa and Prof. Simon S. Gao, Napier University, UK played key role in establishing this new journal.